Hide N Seek: The Best NFL TD Celebrations From Week 7

Alexander Ford
Alexander Ford
Alexander Ford
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The New York Giants returned to losing ways with a defeat against a Seattle Seahawks side, the Dallas Cowboys beat up – no, actually battered – the San Francisco 49ers, and the Green Bay Packers found it difficult to win without Aaron Rodgers at the helm, although Brett Hundley managed to make a Lambeau Leap during the game.

And the Cleveland Browns lost again to take them to a 0-7 record, along with the 49ers.

The celebrations on the field to get better with each passing Sunday and the Pittsburgh Steelers continue to remain the best organisation in the NFL to produce them – they must spend at least a day per week in training to produce them, surely?!

Here are the best (and some are just strange) celebrations of Week 7!

1. Steelers continue to change the game!

Juju Smith-Schuster and Antonio Brown decide it’s best to play a game of hide-and-seek, maybe trying to rub it in the Cincinnati Bengals’ faces, who just could not stop the Touchdown’s from happening.

2. Brandon LaFell & Co. scoop the rewards

The Bengals had tied the game at 7-7 at one stage and they celebrated equalling the tie with a rather odd celebration – not quite sure how to analyse this one!

3. Tyreek Hill decides to dial it up!

The Kansas City Chiefs have been impressive this season, however, having started with a 5-0 streak they find themselves 5-2 through 7.

The wide receiver Hill, who has dominated plays recently, managed to get free up the field for Alex Smith and raced into the end zone, where he decided to use the football as a phone and dialled out.

4. Robby Anderson picks his seat!

The New York Jets wide receiver could not believe his luck when he was found wide open by Josh McCown in the first quarter.

He also seemed to find the best seats in the house as well as he jumped up and decided to put his feet up for a brief moment.

5. Everson Griffen goes all Ray Lewis on the Ravens

The Minnesota Vikings defensive end may not have been able to replicate the moves of Ray Lewis smoothly, however, he obviously had the cojones to reproduce the celebration against the star’s former franchise.

6. Bottom’s up for Jarvis Landry!

The Miami Dolphins wide receiver scored an early TD against the New York Jets on Sunday and decided it would be the best time to take a quick shot after giving his cheers to the fans in attendance.

7. Milly Rock is in the NFL

Jamal Adams decided to bring the Milly Rock into the fold when he sacked the Miami Dolphins Quarterback and executed it to perfection.